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It appears your shortcuts have lost there linkage back to the original files which is why you are seeing the generic icon vs the discrete icon the app or document would normally have.
 
This could be caused by moving or renaming the folder or the volume the original file was located.
 
To fix this you will need to open each shortcut and relink the original file. Right click the icon and then select '''Get Info''' Within the general section note the Original entry see if you can figure out what changed. If you see the error you may find fixing the Folder or Volume path easier than fixing all of the discrete shortcuts. If you can't fix the pathing, you'll need to use the ''Select New Original'' button to relocate the file. The other option here is to locate the files and just make new shortcuts.
 
Often when I see this when nothing has been altered the HD's Btree tables need repair. I would strongly recommend you boot up under an external disk and run Disk Utility to fix both the permissions and the drive. You may need to run it though a few times to get all of the errors fixed and you still may need to boot up under single user for the desktop to get rebuilt as well. But before you do this make sure you have a good backup! Lastly, you may want to defrag your HD as the table maybe badly fragmented. I like [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius], there are others but I've found this is one of the better ones. Just make sure to do this lastlast if you have a HD vs a SSD. If you have a SSD you won't have fragmentation.
Often when I see this when nothing has been altered the HD's Btree tables need repair. I would strongly recommend you boot up under an external disk and run Disk Utility to fix both the permissions and the drive. You may need to run it though a few times to get all of the errors fixed and you still may need to boot up under single user for the desktop to get rebuilt as well. But before you do this make sure you have a good backup! Lastly, you may want to defrag your HD as the table maybe badly fragmented. I like [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius], there are others but I've found this is one of the better ones. Just make sure to do this lastlast if you have a HD vs a SSD. If you have a SSD you won't have fragmentation.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

텍스트:

It appears your shortcuts have lost there linkage back to the original files which is why you are seeing the generic icon vs the discrete icon the app or document would normally have.

This could be caused by moving or renaming the folder or the volume the original file was located.

To fix this you will need to open each shortcut and relink the original file. Right click the icon and then select '''Get Info''' Within the general section note the Original entry see if you can figure out what changed. If you see the error you may find fixing the Folder or Volume path easier than fixing all of the discrete shortcuts. If you can't fix the pathing, you'll need to use the ''Select New Original'' button to relocate the file. The other option here is to locate the files and just make new shortcuts.

Often when I see this when nothing has been altered the HD's Btree tables need repair. I would strongly recommend you boot up under an external disk and run Disk Utility to fix both the permissions and the drive. You may need to run it though a few times to get all of the errors fixed and you still may need to boot up under single user for the desktop to get rebuilt as well. But before you do this make sure you have a good backup! Lastly, you may want to defrag your HD as the table maybe badly fragmented. I like [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius], there are others but I've found this is one of the better ones. Just make sure to do this last.

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